Re: [forensic-science] X-ray powder diffraction of an unknown substance

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Daryl W. Clemens
Editor, Crime & Clues

1189 Alger SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49507


On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 3:50 AM, Nadav Levin <> wrote:

> **
> Dear Colleagues,
> An off-topic question:
> I would like to ask for your assistance in identifying an unknown substance
> by its x-ray powder diffraction.
> The substance is a yellowish powder, and its elemental composition is
> mainly lead (Pb), maybe with some sulfur (S).
> The diffractogram peak list is attached, as an Excel file.
> Can anyone identify this substance ?
> Any assistance will be acknowledged.
> Thanks in advance, and best regards,
> Nadav Levin
> Israel
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